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  CW    CBS 5 Eyewitness News on the CW 44    News  News/Business.  

    November 10, 2012
    10:00 - 10:30pm PST  

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two people die after eating soup at an assisted living facility. the deadly ingredient that put four others in the hospital. the man hunt for the suspect wanted in his wife's death in san jose is over. how it came to an end late this afternoon. and just how low will it go? the neighborhoods that will be freezing tonight with your pinpoint forecast. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. it is not something you expect when you put a family member into assisted living. two people living at the folden age villa in placer county died after eating soup made with mild mushrooms, don knapp on the mistake. >> reporter: on tuesday, a caregiver here picked some mushrooms found growing on the
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property and fed it to residents in a soup. two are now dead and four others including the caregiver are hospitalized. >> we ha no comment. >> can you just tell me what happened? >> no. thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: it's a sad story but not unique. those here at the san francisco call center of the california poison control system have heard it often. especially this time of year. >> we get them almost every year where people go out, picking wild mushrooms. and wind up picking these deadly mushrooms and wind up in the hospital very sick. and intensive care, with a failing liver. >> reporter: the only treatments says katherine meyer is supportive care and a liver transplant if that can be gotten. >> for people who are considering eating wild mushrooms, i would have to say that it's really abad idea. >> reporter: well, consider this, there are some 4,000 to 5,000 known species of mushrooms. 50 to 100 are known poisonous and the rest?
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well, that's the chance you take. >> if you don't know the species' name and how the proper identification with the spore print, no. you should not be picking the wild mushrooms. >> reporter: the placer county sheriff's office calls it a tragic accident. and refers questions to the state department of social services which says it's looking into the matter. don knapp, cbs 5. a southwest flight from oakland took a frightening detour in denver tonight when it slid off a portion of the tarmac. denver international officials say just after 5:00, flight 1905 skidded off the taxiway in snowy conditions and freezing temperatures. they emphasized the incident didn't appear on the runway and there are no reports of any injuries. passengers were later bused from the plane to the airport concourse. airport operations were not affected. well, no here but get out the electric blanket and flannel shoots. here's robert -- sheets. here's roberta gonzales. >> good evening een. in fact, today -- everybody 679
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in fact today we were averaging temperatures up to ten degrees below normal and many of the neighborhoods only topping off in the mid 50s and tonight once the sun officially set the temperatures went downward very quickly. in fact the national weather service has now issued a frost advisory in effect for the blue highlighted areas there. that's the north bay valleys where temperatures will dip into the upper 20s and low 30s for a few hours. so be sure to protect your plants and pets. in fact let's pinpoint the temperatures, 32 degrees, freezing in santa rosa. it means the upper 20s for you and otherwise 35 degrees in napa and mid 30s throughout the trivalley. we'll be talking rain again and we'll pinpoint the days coming up straight ahead and a little bit later in this newscast. a man suspected of murdering his wife in san jose was found dead late this afternoon. the body of 50-year-old troy nosenzo was found in his car in
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the county. police believe nosenzo committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. they had been searching for him since his wife patricia was found dead in their home early yesterday morning. meantime, san jose residents are hoping a wave of burglaries will finally come to an end after a handful of arrests. and as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us police had some help in ending the crime wave. >> we have made phone calls about suspicious behavior. >> reporter: the san jose police department has some new help that has always been there. neighborhood groups that are forming and information the police on the -- informing the mison the bad guys. >> when we talk about partnering the community, we're talking about a philosophy called community policing. >> reporter: it's paying off. recently sjpd arrested seven suspects on suspicion of burglary. working with residents of san jose. >> it has never been more important than now for the community to be involved and to
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report suspicious activity. >> reporter: how do they do it? >> it just get to know your neighbors. communicate with your neighbors. they'll know your patterns and your working hours and how many family members you have. >> community safety, immigration, housing. >> reporter: carrie with p. a. c. t., people acting in the community together is part of the solution. >> here we always keep our eyes open for cars we don't -- or like are not familiar with, people we are not familiar with. we do try to keep in contact with our neighbors. >> reporter: there are dozens of websites devoted to community watch. even chat rooms that neighbors can use that have their eyes open on each other. >> they will notice something out of place with your house. >> reporter: if you see something going on suspicious, call 911 and don't take the law into your own lands. reporting from -- hands, reporting from san jose, patrick sedillo, cbs 5. it's finally official four days after the election. president obama is the winner in florida. nearly 100% of the votes have
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been counted now. the secretary of state's office says the president has 74,000 votes more than mitt romney. and that's about 50% of the florida vote to romney's 49.1%. so that means the pot won eight -- president won eight of the nine swing states, romney only took one north carolina. the final tally 332 for president obama and 206 for romney for electoral votes. new details tonight about the scandal that brought down cia director david petraeus. cbs reporter bob orr on the fbi's investigation. >> reporter: sources say cia director david petraeus was never the target of an fbi investigation. but when his name surfaced in another probe, agents became concerned that petraeus or his e-mail accounts may have been compromised. it all began a few months ago when a female acquaintance of the cia director received a series of harassing e-mails. which apparently referenced
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petraeus. the woman who sources say is not a government official notified the fbi. federal agents quickly traced those e-mails back to petraeus' biographer paula broadwellment it then revealed evidence of the extramarital affair including numerous cryptic e- mails between the retired four star general and broadwell. she spent time with petraeus in afghanistan doing research for her book "all in -- the education of general david petraeus." last february on a tour, the married mother of two children made this comment -- >> i'm not in love with david petraeus but i think he does represent a terrific role model for people, men and women no matter what. >> reporter: petraeus also a married father of two publicly praised his wife holly during his senate confirmation hearing. >> she is an army daughter and army wife and an army mother and an advocate for military families. i've been blessed to have had her in my corner for some 37 years and 23 moves. and i appreciate the
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opportunity this afternoon to recognize her publicly. >> reporter: but in his resignation message to the cia work force, petraeus confessed a moral failing saying he used extremely poor judgment, which was unacceptable both as a husband and as the leader of an organization such as ours. the fbi investigation now is winding down, there's no evidence that any sensitive cia information was ever compromised. and no bun is expected to -- one is expected to face criminal charges. bob orr, cbs news, washington. this veterans' day weekend there's some additional hope for the former military members. cbs 5 either anne makovec shows us the pioneering program that's getting amputees to excel and even the most rigorous physical challenges. >> reporter: veteran david lad was injured in iraq in 2006. >> can we just not go there? >> reporter: he doesn't want to talk about how he lost his leg
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but will talk about how he's felt since. >> i didn't understand what it is i could do anymore. >> reporter: with more distance and time under his belt, this vietnam vet shares his story. >> chopper came in, it was nighttime. i laid down and blew me up. >> reporter: returning from war without his legs was another battle. >> of course back then it was what it was. and it was kind of difficult to integrate in. i stayed a hermit for about five years, lived on the backside of a mountain. >> reporter: these guys are part of ucsf's brand new program, the first in the country for civilian amputee athletes. >> you can have a very expensive prosthesis but if you don't have the training modality it's completely useless. ready and go. left behind right. left behind right. left behind right. >> reporter: so experts here are training vets and civilians on making the best of their situation. woodville has certainly stepped
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up. he participated in the triathlon last year with escape from alcatraz. >> it's a challenge, if you accomplish it it's that much sweater. >> some people tell me don't worry. you're the same as you were. and blah blah blah. it's not the case. >> reporter: but lad is slowly learning how much he can do instead of concentrating on what he can't. >> you know it's just like an eye opener that happens. it's so imperceptible that these changes are being made. but they are. every day. >> reporter: in san francisco, anne makovec, cbs 5. it's called operation christmas child and volunteers have packed 100 million shoe boxes full of cheer for kids all over the world. cbs reporter talks to one special volunteer leading others in sacramento. >> packing clothes and toothpaste. and a toy. >> reporter: operation christmas child is set to roach a milestone -- reach a milestone using a simple gift. shoe boxes filled with toys,
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school flies and items will be distributed to over 100 countries reaching 100 million gift boxes. >> this is a christian ministry. a christian outreach. and we -- we looked to partner these shoe box gifts with local pastors in the neediest areas in the world. >> reporter: 12-year-old evelyn started her own box club four years ago at the age of 8. she will be given the honor this december of traveling to the dominican republic to hand deliver the 100 millionth gift box. >> we have 80 members in the club. we get together every month to pack 40, 50 shoe boxes a month. our motto is kids helping kids around the world. >> reporter: the young girl from wisconsin understands how a special gift can bring so much joy. >> there was one boy who was just jumping before he even opened the box. to see the look on their faces it's awesome. >> just a humongous heart for other kids especially the poor kids throughout the world.
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>> reporter: sacramento was one of ten cities nationwide to host a packing party. today's event brought together nearly 2,000 people. >> here in america we get a lot of things for christmas and mostly what we get in the stocking is what is going in the shoe box. and i could have -- across the whole world may receive a toothbrush for the first time. >> reporter: often times the children who get the boxes, this is the first time they've ever received a gift of any kind. what's one word you can use to describe what these kids feel when they open the box? >> love. >> well, last year, there were 42,000 shoe boxes collected in sacramento. the goal for today's packing party was 8,000 boxes and they exceeded their goal by 600. boxes will be collected until the end of the year. the earth moves and a place we don't normally expect it. what scientists are saying about the bluegrass quake. >> a new breed of muscle car
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makers muscling into the spotlight. who's behind a new show piece causing quite a stir.
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several neighboring states e startled today by a rare earthquake. people in kentucky and several states were startled today by a rare earthquake. people are evaluating the damage after the 4.3 magnitude quake centered just west of whitesburg in eastern kentucky hit. people in blackie, kentucky found small cracks and over minor damage in and around the homes. shaking from the quake was felt through the appalachian region. nine other states reported the jolt including indiana, north carolina and georgia. i'm like most of us here in california kentuckians aren't used to the ground suddenly shaking. >> your hands down i was scared.
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>> i was in to shake people up. >> this was a bad one. >> seismologists say this was moderate but aftershocks are still a possibility and they also say even though earthquakes are rare in that part of the kuhnty they're in the unheard of -- country they're not unheard of. long been perceived the exclusive domain of men but that's quickly changing. cbs reporter pro yea clemens shows us the ladies that put giddy-up into a ford mustang at a recent car show. >> reporter: as in any show dedicated to the automobile, the car is the star. but sharing the spotlight for this 2013 mustang gt is the team behind it. 40 women who work in the auto industry. banding together to create, design and install every part. cars aren't just a hobby. they're a passion. >> my very favorite car is my own car, 1955 studebaker cameon. >> reporter: for kristin clean it was a win at first.
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>> i bought a car knowing nothing. i had never changes a tire or oil. >> reporter: now she's rebuilding engines. >> it's a 1960 ford falcon. >> reporter: once visions of medical school. now -- >> my dream is to one day own my own garage. >> reporter: rachel is a mechanic currently building four cars. her favorites? >> '51 ford f 1, how can you not have the sanford and son truck? i mean -- [ laughter ] it's awesome. >> reporter: as for crew chief kelly -- >> a '68 fire bird. i will never part with it. i will be buried? that car. >> reporter: as they blaze the trail they deal with stereotypes. >> your man is letting you drive his car? how special and you know little do they know i've done you know all the work myself. and really it's -- my car. >> i've gone so far at various times in the past to have a license plate that says hers. >> reporter: the completed mustang is also defying gender roles. >> everybody thinks if a woman is going to customize a car
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it's going to be pink or cute. we like to build some pretty bad monsters as well. and i'd like to not put some fuzzy dice on there. >> underneath they've got themselves nearly a race car and nobody is going to be expecting that. >> reporter: someone is about the find it. the mustang -- out. the mustang sold at auction this week for $46,000. the money going to a scholarship fund to help future designers, plane and women. pri a clemens, cbs news, washington. the window for the famed mavericks' surf competition officially opened then organizers have until the end of march to schedule the contest. the contest didn't happen in the last two years because the waves weren't right. as well as our forecast and you got a lot going on today. >> we certainly do. today we were averaging highs anywhere between nine and 11 degrees below normal for this time of the year.
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let's go to the corridor, looking out to livermore, dublin and pleasanton and some of the current temperatures have been dropping very rapidly. in fact at this hour, 39 degrees in santa rosa after a high today of only 62. and it's 51 in san francisco after a high of only 56. and typically we should be at 65. notice the numbers into the 40s from river more into oakland to redwood city. in fact how cold will it be? dipping down to the freezing point in santa row sea. the north bay valleys will get even colder than this into the upper 20s. otherwise near freezing in fairfield and vacaville. low 40s across the valley and 46 degrees up and down the peninsula. coastside also in the 40s. where you see the areas highlighted in blue, that means we have a frost advisory in effect overnight until 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. in the north bay you will certainly wake up to a little frost on the grass. protect your plants and your pets.
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this area of low pressure is now finally kicking out. you saw a lot of the cumulus clouds associated with it earlier today. now we have the cold air from the north sinking in with the passage of it. the end result is? clear skies tonight. clear skies tomorrow for 49er football action. boy you are going to feel autumn in the air. a high of 58 degrees and barely a breeze out of the northeast. 5 to 10 miles per hour. let's go ahead and pinpoint your neighborhood forecast for sunday. just a degree or two warmer than today. 50s common across the beaches and 60s peninsula including south san francisco. belmont and mel bray. otherwise into the upper 350s and low 60s santa clara valley. about 63 gilroy. then we swing east of the bay well inland. 63-degrees in brentwood and tracy and oakley and discovery bay. 63 pleasanton and otherwise blackhawk also in the low and mid- 60s. again 63 in santa rosa. one degree warmer than today.
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and that 58 in san francisco is still well below average a slight offshore wind. so tomorrow for veterans' day, temperatures below normal. monday we begin to see increasing cloud cover leading to cloudy skies on tuesday with a slight chance of rain showers. each day all the way through saturday. here's your veterans' day forecast. no rain on that parade and i think this is wonderful. the good guys have their autumn get together in pleasanton tomorrow. sunshine, cool temperatures and most notably, free admission for all veterans. and thank you. those certainly are good guys doing that. hey, we have a good girl coming up. we still have kim coyle in sports and ann notarangelo with all the news you need to know after this. ñ
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in honor of veterans' day -a special tribute today for astronaut neil armstrong abd the "u-s-s hornet." the retired aircraft carrier hed in honor of tea day a special tribute -- veterans' day a special tribute today for neil armstrong aboard the uss hornet. it honored the pioneer by reopening its exhibit of apollo program artifacts in alameda in 1969 they were quarantined to make sure no one contracted any
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viruses. pooches on parade today in pleasanton. to mark a milestone for a popular pet friendly literacy initiative. it's the tenth anniversary of paws to read. the program has children read aloud to dogs helping the students improve their literacy skills and gain confidence reading in public. >> they actually become self- confident, happy children. who often go home and try and replicate the whole you know little program at home. >> more than 7,000 elementary school children have participated in paws to read over the last decade. similar programs are in other schools and libraries around the state. well, now that election day is over, and another november tradition is just around the corner. there was a test run today for the 86th macy's thanksgiving day parade. at the meadowlands racetrack in new jersey. the giant balloons were blown up and handlers could get used to guiding them during the parade in new york city.
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among the newest additions to the lineup are hello kitty, papa smurf and elf on a shelf. the warriors go to double overtime at oracle. i'm kim coyle. and the tide roll into trouble at home. how this call decided their perfect season. sports is next. woman: oh! tully's. how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa. and you'll always find your favorite. woman #2: with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig.
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party... christian start the the sec dominates the bcs standings every year. but its newest member is spoiling the party. christian, start the clock. 15th ranked texas a and m and tuscaloosa. johnny manziel to malcolm kennedy. final minute of play, alabama trailing by five. they would get the ball back on this punt but wait. tyler hayes jumps offsides. the penalty gives texas a and m a first down and the ball game.
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cal hosting number three oregon. the ducks scored 17 unanswered points to close out the first half. into josh huff right now in the fourth oregon is up 45-17. stanford erased a nine point second half deficit. the freshman kevin hogan with a perfect pass. stanford wins. another huge day for the quarterback david fails as san jose state four more touchdowns, that one to tight end ryan otton and the spartans win over oregon state. denver tied it up in the final seconds. they are now in double overtime. with the warriors leading. >> oh. >> you'll have to tune in at 11:00 on cbs 5 to see what happens. >> we need to give you more time and tomorrow it's raiders and ravens? >> raiders and ravens. yeah. jim harbaugh's brother. the defense is really tough. they're going to have to be able to stop the run and good luck with that. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> sorry.
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ray rice plays nice and we'll see. >> make sure to tune in at 11:00 on cbs 5. kim has a whole lot more sports, have a good night. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com ] we don't call this our company, we call this our mission. green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick it in the recycling bin it can turn into something new. chase allows us to buy capital equipment to be able to manufacture in the states to the scale we need to be a global company. with a little luck green toys could be the next great american brand. find what's next for your business at chase.com/mainstreet
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